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Old 01-19-2011, 08:06 AM
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Question please help



I would like to know the role of Skimed milk powder solution in DNA isolation?
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Default Re: please help

The use of skim milk in soil DNA experiments is to adsorb to soil particles thereby blocking adsorption of DNA molecules.

Check out the following article:
Microbes and Environments
Vol. 19 (2004) , No. 1 pp.13-19
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interesting
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